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Viskupic, Earl and Shadle publish in the International Journal of STEM Education

Karen Viskupic, assistant professor in the geosciences department, Brittnee Earl, instructional transformation project manager in the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Susan Shadle, vice provost for undergraduate studies and distinguished professor of chemistry, coauthored an article in the International Journal of STEM Education. The article – “Adapting the CACAO model to support higher education STEM teaching reform” – is based on their work for the National Science Foundation-funded project WIDER-PERSIST.

As the article’s background suggests, the team “analyzed the utility of a theory-based change model applied in a higher education setting to provide guidance for change efforts at other institutions.”